Wight Island Glass
All of our glass products are individually handmade on the Isle of Wight by Colin Green who has been designing and making glass for over 30 years. He is well renowned for his creative designs in glass which follows a family history of glass making. Colin started his apprenticeship in glass making in 1987, training under Michael Rayner who founded the first glass studio on the Isle of Wight called Island Glass in 1972.
Our glass is completely handmade by us using traditional glass making methods which gives a unique and individual design to our glass. We specialise in our individually handmade glass light pulls which have been created and designed by Colin Green. We have designed our marine grade A4 stainless steel fittings for our light pulls which are made in Britain and are proud to support other British manufacturers.
Great Customer Care
Our customers are very important to us. We are dedicated to providing a personalised customer service and pride ourselves in exceptional customer care. This is especially important where we are a small business. Read our customer reviews here.
We recycle our glass
We recycle all our glass offcuts. We do this by sorting through all our waste glass by hand. It is a timely process. Once separated, the clear glass is then able to be reused and melted down, whilst the coloured glass is then broken into smaller pieces and melted down in a kiln to make glass shapes. We then use our glass shapes to make our jewellery, photo frames, wall art, clocks, mirrors, keyrings and our fun fridge magnets. These are available at our shop in Yarmouth, Isle of Wight.
We try to reuse all boxes and packaging where possible by reusing unwanted packaging and boxes from our local shops and businesses that they would have disposed of.
Visit us in our shop in Yarmouth, Isle of Wight
Our shop is situated in Wheatsheaf Lane, Yarmouth Isle of Wight between the Kings head and the Wheatsheaf.
It takes less than a minute to walk from the main ferry terminal and less than 2 minutes from the bus and coach stop on foot. If arriving in Yarmouth via the Wightlink ferry as a foot passenger then take the first left towards the Town Square and the first right after the Kings Head but before the pharmacy.
Click here for details of how to find us in Yarmouth, Isle of Wight.
Glass Product Safety Information
As with all glass products keep small parts away from children and keep glass out of direct sunlight.
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